Hosteria Las Dunas
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... order. There are just-off-average people, enjoying their holidays, who combine a working life with travelling to far away destinations. Older travellers seem to be a bit more peculiar, taking longer periods off to interrupt their working lives and perhaps give it an unexpected turn. They all have their individual interesting stories to tell, giving us insight into fractions of different worlds. And then there are absolute nutcases like us. The really old ...
... main street and noticed a very familiar face sitting by the window of a restaurant. I tapped on the glass…it was Olwyn - my Kiwi friend. I knew she would be in town, but just never thought I would randomly find her like that. We exchanged travel stories of the past couple days over cocktails and dinner. Small world. What kind of adventure can I find tomorrow??
... hike. However, with Nadine still suffering with a chest infection we hatched a ridiculous plan over breakfast. We would put Nadine on the 1 o'clock bus with her bike then Matt and I would try and make the 220km trip to the next town, El Calafate, in one. EVERYone does this leg in two days as there are convenient hotels and camping spots at halfway and the route is known for its severe headwinds. Nevertheless we set off with an hour head start on the bus, excited about the challenge! ...
Bit of a lazy start, but we head out to the glacier.
Very windy as we enter the park I have to hang on tightly as it feels like I am going to be blown off. We ride through quite a barren area first then along a lake the colours of the ...
... it up Americans, it is hilarious) and drank as many cocktails as possible within a 30 minute time slot, surrounded by ice statues and a bunch of jolly, dancing Argentinians, and went out in town for a meal of steaks and Patagonian lamb with our Aussie friends Jason and Ingrid. This was to be our final stop in Patagonia before flying to the hot and steamy Argentine capital, Buenos Aires.... Or at least that is what we thought. ...